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How do I calculate a 1/x!-series with undefined parts?

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i!/((k!)(i-k)!)  is the binomial coefficient C(i,k)

The sum over k of the binomial coefficients C(i,k) equals 2^(i)

You have the same thing, but divided by i!,  so your sum is 2^(i)/i!

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